Watson Performance Engineer - Java Programming

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Watson Performance Engineer - Java Programming
Company Work Location: Yorktown Heights,NY
Salary: $80,000 - $200,000
Candidates must have Green card or US Citizens ONLY
Ability to learn and evaluate new tools, concepts, and challenges quickly.
Client service focus and flexibility in supporting client requests.
Strong analytical and problem solving skills.
Commitment to quality and continuous improvement.
Strong written and verbal communication skills.
Basic knowledge in Cloud security technologies and practices
At least 3 years experience in Java Programming
At least 3 years experience in Linux platforms (Intel/Power)
At least 1 year experience in performance analysis
At least 1 year experience in optimizing software/system performance
Available systems and performance engineering
Continuous Delivery
Systems and servers: e.g. WebSphere Server, Domino, or Operating Systems.
Demonstrated great design and problem solving skills, with a strong passion for quality
Experience with Windows Mobile is a major plus
Data modeling and analysis experience is a plus
Familiarity with one or more of Watson, Cosmos, SQL and BI tools
Working knowledge of basic statistics is a plus
This position works with innovative data approaches to monitor, understand and drive engineering actions for our end user scenarios.
The work consists of defining measures of health for the successive rings of stabilization, adding telemetry in the product code, then analyze the data using a variety of BI technologies.
You will drive actions/bugs and support decisions based on data analysis. You will work closely with dev and on the product code (C/C++/C# and Java) to investigate and root cause performance and reliability problems.
Successful team members can understand complex problems, break them down and document a working design, code it efficiently and contribute to building the best of class data-driven culture in the team.
Creating technical articles for enablement of Watson Cloud Technology, L2, and Lab Services teams
Proactively monitoring support tickets, forums, and providing enablement support to stakeholders and sponsored users

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